whether they just lost their job. give somebody a little pep talk about what you find inside of you at that moment that might translate to somebody at home that needs to get off the mat, so to speak. >> for me, i live by the motto, never give up. you grow up hearing never give up. but you really got to take that to heart and say, okay, i'm in the hospital right now. like my sister, for instance, she's going through so much. she has the sjogren's disease. she's still competing and still playing. she never gives up hope or belief in herself that she or anyone can do what she has a dream of doing. i visit hospitals all of the time, children's hospital they have cancer, leukemia. all kinds of diseases yet they smile. that inspires me to realize, i can be in the darkest of holes in the darkest of positions, but i know there's someone out there that i can help, i can change their life if i just never quit.